Editor's Picks

Technology

  • Music therapy

    Music has the ability to improve treatment and palliative care and to foster better communication for cancer patients and their families.

  • IU Online

    Director of IUPUI Undergraduate Admissions Chris Foley has been appointed to a new position.

  • Women in Science Forum

    IU first lady Laurie Burns McRobbie will lead a panel discussion on topics including overcoming gender barriers and empowering students.

  • Start your engines

    Don't miss IUPUI's annual Motorsports Day on Oct. 9.

  • Canvas

    Find out about IU's new learning management system replacing Oncourse and how to use it.

  • New printer

    Miles Printing is IUPUI's new on-campus print vendor.

  • Teaming up

    IUPUI motorsports engineering and furniture design students worked together to build a Formula-style race car.

  • Expanding services

    The IUPUI Testing Center will offer free, proctored testing at two newly renovated facilities opening this fall.

  • Staying power

    CyberLab continues to innovate with new educational software that combines academics and social networking.

  • Intern of the year

    Steven Zusack has been recognized by the American Society for Engineering Education.

  • eTexts alternative

    IU eTexts provides easy access to textbooks and offers considerable savings.

  • Passport to Hi-Tech

    The School of Informatics and Computing participated in an interactive event that taught girls about STEM careers.

  • A new app

    CyberLab interns at IUPUI have developed a smartphone app for the free academic social networking site, CourseNetworking.

  • A click away

    A new partnership will expand videoconferencing capabilities for all IU students, faculty and staff.

  • There's an app for that

    A new digital tool, the DoubleMap app, is giving IUPUI bus riders new ways to get around campus more efficiently.

  • Improving healthcare

    Informatics research team awarded grant to better understand how to provide better health care in a more timely fashion.

  • Innovate Indiana Network

    The new network is composed of IU representatives and will create a channel that enables applicable university resources to be connected.

  • N-WAVE

    IU has secured a contract that will allow it to expand its operations of the NOAA science network.

  • STEM

    IUPUI continues efforts to increase minority participation and achievement in STEM education.

  • Open access fund

    A newly created fund will help cover costs of IUPUI scholarship in peer-reviewed journals.